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De la préhistoire en passant par l'Égypte, la Grèce et la Rome
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6 outils gratuits en ligne pour créer une timeline

6 outils gratuits en ligne pour créer une timeline | Histoire - Antiquité | Scoop.it

Si je vous dis « frise chronologique« , vous allez certainement vous rappeler du devoir donné par votre professeur d’histoire en 5e qui vous demandait de retracer de manière synthétique l’existence de Vercingétorix… Si vos crayons de couleur, compas et autre rapporteur ont disparu depuis bien longtemps, il n’en va pas de même pour cette bonne vieille chronologie.

Remise au goût du jour par Facebook (voir notre article « Optimiser les moments-clés d’une page Facebook » du 28 avril 2012), la timeline est parfaite pour présenter votre parcours professionnel, l’histoire d’une entreprise, le déroulement d’un événement en particulier, etc. Editoile vous propose 6 outils gratuits en ligne pour créer une timeline sur votre site ou blog !


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Handier than Homo habilis? Versatile hand of Australopithecus sediba makes a better candidate for an early tool-making hominin

Handier than Homo habilis? Versatile hand of Australopithecus sediba makes a better candidate for an early tool-making hominin | Histoire - Antiquité | Scoop.it

"Hand bones from a single individual with a clear taxonomic affiliation are scarce in the hominin fossil record, which has hampered understanding of the evolution of manipulative abilities in hominins. An international team of researchers including Tracy Kivell of the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology in Leipzig, Germany has now published a study that describes the earliest, most complete fossil hominin hand post-dating the appearance of stone tools in the archaeological record, the hand of a 1.98-million-year-old Australopithecus sediba from Malapa, South Africa."


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Continents influenced ancient human migration, spread of technology

Continents influenced ancient human migration, spread of technology | Histoire - Antiquité | Scoop.it

"Researchers at Brown University and Stanford University have pieced together ancient human migration in North and South America. Writing in the American Journal of Physical Anthropology, the authors find that technology spread more slowly in the Americas than in Eurasia. Population groups in the Americas have less frequent exchanges than groups that fanned out over Europe and Asia."


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Climatic fluctuations drove key events in human evolution

Climatic fluctuations drove key events in human evolution | Histoire - Antiquité | Scoop.it
Researchers have found that periods of rapid fluctuation in temperature coincided with the emergence of the first distant relatives of human beings and the appearance and spread of stone tools.

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Study casts doubt on human-Neanderthal interbreeding theory

Study casts doubt on human-Neanderthal interbreeding theory | Histoire - Antiquité | Scoop.it
Cambridge scientists claim DNA overlap between Neanderthals and modern humans is a remnant of a common ancestor (Study casts doubt on human-Neanderthal interbreeding theory - The Guardian: http://t.co/ykdjSTSw...

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Yves Coppens eclaire notre prehistoire - ParisMatch.com

Yves Coppens eclaire notre prehistoire - ParisMatch.com | Histoire - Antiquité | Scoop.it

Le célèbre anthropologue, découvreur de Lucy, publie « Pré-textes ». Nous avons fait le point avec lui sur les origines de l’homme et sur son avenir.


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L'Histoire | Le magazine de référence des passionnés d'histoire.

L'Histoire | Le magazine de référence des passionnés d'histoire. | Histoire - Antiquité | Scoop.it
L'Histoire : Le magazine de référence des passionnés d'histoire depuis 1978.
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Cartes de la Rome antique

Cartes de la Rome antique | Histoire - Antiquité | Scoop.it
La Rome antique : cartes - les sept collines, la Rome républicaine et impériale.

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La Face Cachee du Sphinx

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Le sphinx de Gizeh continue de fasciner les égyptologues, symbole de l’apogée de la civilisation égyptienne avec les pyramides de Gizeh...pharaon Khephren

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Australopithecus sediba paved the way for Homo species, new studies suggest

Australopithecus sediba paved the way for Homo species, new studies suggest | Histoire - Antiquité | Scoop.it
Researchers have revealed new details about the brain, pelvis, hands and feet of Australopithecus sediba, a primitive hominin that existed around the same time early Homo species first began to appear on Earth.

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Jawbone found in England is from the earliest known modern human in northwestern Europe

A piece of jawbone excavated from a prehistoric cave in England is the earliest evidence for modern humans in Europe, according to an international team of scientists. The bone first was believed to be about 35,000 years old, but the new research study shows it to be significantly older -- between 41,000 and 44,000 years old, according to the findings that will be published in the journal Nature. The new dating of the bone is expected to help scientists pin down how quickly the modern humans spread across Europe during the last Ice Age. It also helps confirm the much-debated theory that early humans coexisted with Neanderthals.


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New evidence for the earliest modern humans in Europe

New evidence for the earliest modern humans in Europe | Histoire - Antiquité | Scoop.it

The timing, process and archaeology of the peopling of Europe by early modern humans have been actively debated for more than a century. Reassessment of the anatomy and dating of a fragmentary upper jaw with three teeth from Kent's Cavern, Devon, in southern England has shed new light on these issues.


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Les fragments d'oeufs d'autruche gravés à la Préhistoire

Les fragments d'oeufs d'autruche gravés à la Préhistoire | Histoire - Antiquité | Scoop.it
Long before human communication evolved into incessant tapping on computer keys, people scratched on eggshells.

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Climate and drought lessons from ancient Egypt

Climate and drought lessons from ancient Egypt | Histoire - Antiquité | Scoop.it

Ancient pollen and charcoal preserved in deeply buried sediments in Egypt's Nile Delta document the region's ancient droughts and fires, including a huge drought 4,200 years ago associated with the demise of Egypt's Old Kingdom, the era known as the pyramid-building time.


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Une maison inspirée de la Rome antique

Une maison inspirée de la Rome antique | Histoire - Antiquité | Scoop.it
Retrouver l'ambiance des anciennes habitations romaines à travers une villa très contemporaine, tel était le souhait de Franck pour sa future maison. Il en résulte une maison constituée de patios, à l'allure des demeures de la Rome antique.

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Le costume dans la Rome antique

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La base du costume romain est la toge, mais elle va se complexifier au fil des siècles.

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